OC softball adds Community Christian catcher Davidson
NORMAN, Okla. (Nov. 21, 2012) – Niki Davidson, who held Community Christian School make the transition into competition in the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association, has signed a letter of intent to play college softball at Oklahoma Christian University, OC coach Tom Heath said.
Davidson, a catcher, signed during the NCAA’s current signing period. OC is in the first year of the NCAA Division II membership process.
Davidson starred for four years at CCS, a private school located in north Norman. She earned honorable mention on The Oklahoman’s Little All-City teams as a sophomore.
CCS had competed as a member of the Oklahoma Christian Schools Athletic Association before moving into the OSSAA. During her time as a player at CCS, Davidson – who wants to enter the coaching profession – helped to coach the Royals’ junior-high softball team.
“We are very pleased that Niki signed with OC,” Heath said. “Niki is a talented catcher who can play several defensive positions. Niki will come to OC with a high ACT score and leadership qualities.”
She joins two other players who have signed with the Lady Eagles during the current signing period – Jordan Chism of Piedmont and Shea Coats of Tuttle.